Campus & Community

Police reports

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Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Jan. 24. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.

Jan. 18: Officers conducted a field interview at 370 Western Ave. after observing the erratic operation of a motor vehicle. The driver was identified and the vehicle was left parked for the night.

Jan. 19: Officers were dispatched to the Science Center to check the area for an individual reportedly exposing himself in public. A check of the area proved negative. The individual is described as a white male, 40 years of age, 5 feet 11 inches tall, wearing a red wool hat, red puffy jacket, and dark pants.

Jan. 20: Cash was reported stolen at 124 Mt. Auburn St. An individual came to HUPD headquarters to report a stolen bathrobe. Officers assisted the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) in the area of Holyoke Street after an 8:11 p.m. broadcast of an indecent assault. Based on the suspect’s description, a check of University Health Services was conducted. A possible suspect was located and identified. The subject was taken into custody by the CPD.

Jan. 21: Computer parts were reported stolen at Gutman Library. An officer was dispatched to the Barker Center to take a report of suspicious mail.

Jan. 22: A backpack was reported stolen at the Littauer Center. An officer was dispatched to 1 Francis Ave. to take a report of the fraudulent use of credit cards. A report of harassing phone calls received at Quincy House was filed.

Jan. 23: An officer took a report of graffiti at 643 Huntington Ave. A watch was reported stolen at Blodgett Pool. An officer was dispatched to Hauser Hall to take a report of a phone call received containing a threat.

Since Jan. 18, three laptops and two digital music players have been reported stolen.